According to this new study from McKinsey & Co, four leadership competencies account for 89 percent of the variance between strong and weak organizations in terms of leadership effectiveness (exhibit).
If you're an entry-level employee in the first few years of your career, chances are you're focused on the day-to-day tasks of your job: Schedule this meeting, reply to the necessary emails, file those documents.
I have long held to the belief that leadership exists to disrupt mediocrity. However my observation is that many in positions of leadership tend to protect the status quo (mediocrity’s best friend) at all costs. The best path forward for any organization is through the creation of value and by [...]
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Listening to Mike Myatt speak this afternoon - great message and insights!
None of us achieve success alone, the world of work is probably the biggest team sport any of us will ever take part in, and yet, at times, it can feel like our coworkers are on the opposing team rather than playing on the same side and for the...
The challenge of developing future leaders can loom as a daunting prospect. One reason for this view, is the underlying belief that early career experiences, and later leadership roles, are completely distinct entities.
What happens in the workplace translates into marketplace performance. Shared values cultivate a corporate culture that should serve as the ultimate platform to drive growth, innovation and opportunity.
Is your company’s leadership stuck in the 20th Century? - Human resources News on Leadership
Morag Barrett's insight:
We are working with several large clients to review, refresh and revision their leadership development strategy, content and approach. I love having these conversations and more importantly leaving a positive and measurable impact on the leaders of today and tomorrow
“All the money in the world, all the research and development resources in the world aren’t really worth a hoot, without innovative leadership. Money does not follow ideas; it follows leaders,” said Forbes Contributor Henry Doss in his recent post...
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